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LOSLoan Origination System
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LOSLand of Smiles (Thailand)
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LOSLocal Oscillator Signal
LOSLegion of Superheroes (comic)
LOSLine of Sight
LOSLindows Operating System
LOSLight of Sight
LOSLiving Oceans Society (Canada)
LOSLeague of the South
LOSLoss Of Synchronization
LOSLarge offspring syndrome (cloning)
LOSLine of Symmetry
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LOSLimit of Sensitivity
LOSLube Oil System
LOSLibrary Outreach Service
LOSLogical Services
LOSLease Operating Statement (various companies)
LOSLine Out of Service (ITU-T)
LOSLive Oak Society
LOSLegion of Steel (gaming guild)
LOSLoan Operating System
LOSLift-Off Simulator
LOSLetter of Supply
LOSLines of Sponsorship (MLM)
LOSLine Operational Simulation
LOSLine-Oriented Simulation
LOSLandelijk Oefenstof Systeem (Dutch)
LOSLate-Old Structure (forestry)
LOSLocal Operating Station
LOSLauncher Operation Station
LOSLock Off Stop
LOSLead Out Subassembly
LOSNorwegian Centre for Research in Organization and Management
LOSLogistic Operation Streamline
LOSLogistics Outfitting System (US Navy)
LOSLagos, Nigeria - Murtala Muhammad (Airport Code)
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The announcement of the new Line of Sight game mode also came with a bit of a disappointing news.
Legally, what constitutes reasonable supervision of vulnerable clients in terms of line of sight will depend upon the unique needs of each client and the articulated standards the caregiver is obliged or has opted to follow.
A lower anchor point: If you anchor low on your face, the arrow will cross the line of sight farther out for the same arrow speed and will not rise above it as much as it would if you anchor up closer to your eye.
However, the introduction of mechanized equipment has brought on new hazards, specifically visibility issues pertaining to the LHD operator's line of sight. Based on international reports, much of that equipment has been designed in such a way that inadvertently increases the probability of human error.
In operational testing, military personnel engaged moving and hovering helicopters and moving and stationary tanks that were out of the line of sight of the firing unit.
The principle of line of sight, the principle of time of flight, the simple principle of cursor over the target which gets to the ability of machines to talk to one another so that the sum of the wisdom of that machine to machine interface comes up with a cursor over the target.
This type of guidance requires that the platform carrying the illuminator be present (and within line of sight of the target) throughout the engagement.
A clear line of sight means that employees understand the big picture.
An audience participant, joining in on the discussion, brought up the fact that the line of sight might vary depending on where a person stands.
More specifically, the Oregon chapter argued this design did not provide wheelchair patrons with a line of sight comparable to nonwheelchair patrons as required by the ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), the Department of Justice regulations implementing the ADA.
Also pending is the United States' motion for an order requiring AMC to remedy other ADA violations that do not involve line of sight issues (such as concession counters, companion seating, wheelchair ramps and parking lots) at its stadium-style theater complexes.
Pi's interface technology--called "Phantom"--uses a proximity sensing system based on capacitive pickup and infrared range finding to determine where the driver is reaching, then gives visual cues in a display unit within his line of sight to direct him toward the proper control.